Eating together

Food Poverty

Food poverty is a day-to-day reality for more and more people in the UK. In Norfolk, one in five parents say they have skipped meals so their children could eat. And the problems are often worse during the school holidays.

Imagine Norfolk Together works in a host of different ways to tackle food poverty in our communities. From organising Holiday Clubs for families whose children receive free school meals, to providing expertise, help and advice to food banks and local initiatives such as Slow Cooker projects to teach people how to cook healthily on a budget.

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